The new advanced wireless flashgun from Yongnuo is being offered first-come, first-served for $180.
You can now buy the Phottix Mitros for Canon directly from the Phottix Store for $349.99.
The long-awaited Phottix Mitros E-TTL flash is being launched at the WPPI Expo in the USA.
Mark Boadey goes hands-on with Yongnuo’s YN-622C E-TTL triggering system, a Canon EOS 7D and Speedlite 430EX II.
Richard from theflasher.eu has kindly sent in some examples of hypersync being used out on location with the Canon version of the Pixel King.
Photographer Richard Bradbury presents a detailed review of the as-yet unreleased Pixel King TTL triggers for Canon Speedlites. How do they fare?
We have been evaluating pre-production models of Pixel Enterprise’s upcoming Pixel King wireless TTL flash triggers for Canon. Do they work reliably? Are they easy to use? Find out in our first review.
The Canon version of the Yongnuo YN-468 has been released on eBay for around US$110-130. One welcome feature is the addition of manually controllable zoom. For a comprehensive look into the features, take a look at this article on Speedlights.net.
Pixel Enterprise have finished their TR-332 Canon TTL trigger and had them on show/for sale at PMA. The new product is named “Knight”.